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Service Description

A culturally sensitive and supportive environment for First Nation youth and adults to achieve maximum benefit from their educational experiences. Seeks to develop students physically, mentally spiritually, and emotionally. Seeks to extend the knowledge, wisdom, and imagination of their students, enabling them to take leadership positions in whatever future occupation or post secondary institution they choose.   

Students are given a standardized Canadian Test of Basic Skills (CTBS). Based on these results and their needs, they are placed in an appropriate program that reflects their interests and abilities. 


First Nation youth and adults.

Application Process

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Contact for more information.

Fax: 306-352-7642

Business Line: 306-522-7494

Hours of Operation

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Gathering Place (The)


4001 3rd Avenue North
Regina SK  S4R 0W8

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Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.


Contact for more information.

Fax: 306-352-7642

Business Line: 306-522-7494


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